The impact of Brexit on British overseas territories and Crown dependencies has received little attention to date. These small but largely self-governing jurisdictions will face a number of challenges and opportunities once the UK withdraws from the European Union.
A panel of experts will meet to discuss some of these issues and address questions concerning the future of human rights, the impact of Brexit on environmental regulation and the fundamental question of the legal status of these small jurisdictions after withdrawal.
Chair: Dr Caroline Morris (Co-Director, Centre for Small States)
- Professor Nicola Barker, School of Law, University of Liverpool
- Ms Susie Alegre, Founder and Director of the Island Rights Initiative and Isle of Man Interception of Communications Commissioner on "Mapping the constitutional relationships between the UK and CDOTs after Brexit"
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